Top

While Flat Irons Are Better With Tourmaline

April 15, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Hair irons have come a long way in the past few years as technology has made advances, which make them less harmful to the hair than they originally were. First flat irons were exposed metal plates that were run through the hair to remove the frizz and curl. Eventually ceramic began to be used to cover the metal, which greatly reduced the damage that the very hot metal was having on the hair. Of course now you can get ceramic flat irons that are combined with tourmaline for the ultimate in straightening but in an iron that will not damage your hair despite regular use.

Of course the biggest advantage of a tourmaline flat iron is the additional negative ions that comes with their use. Tourmaline produces more negative ions, which help lock moisture in your hair. This will reduce the risk of damage that is associated with hair that is dried out from over styling. But the ionic technology is not the only benefit. Tourmaline also has great heating efficiency and can straighten hair faster than a ceramic alone iron. This will reduce the amount of time your hair will be in contact with the plates once again keeping you from damaging your hair while styling it.

Changing Your Hairstyle With A Ceramic Flat Iron

April 1, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

It does not take long for many women to grow tired of their current hairstyle and want to get a new look. Of course cutting their hair may not always be an option since they are trying to grow it out for a special occasion or just do not want shorter hair. Dying and perms are other options to get new looks but these harsh chemicals are hard on the hair and scalp and do not always come out looking like you want them to.

One way to get a new look without cutting or using chemicals is to use a hair straightening iron to give yourself the runway smooth locks that many models have. Ceramic flat irons can remove curl and frizz to give you a completely different appearance and daily look. Yet they are not hard on the hair and can be used one day for the look and not used another to keep things mixed up. To add even more looks to your repertoire with this simple hair styling tool you can also use it to add waves and even place curl in all or part of the hair. All of this, to change your hairstyle in a way that can bring new life to your look, but can be changed again at any time when you want.

Taking Your Time To Straighten Your Hair

January 18, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Women who have had their hair straightened by a stylist think they could never get their hair to look as good as it does when they leave the salon. The one thing these women forget is the only things the stylist has they do not is a professional styling tool and experience. These are both things that you can get to do your hair at home for salon quality straight hair for a fraction of the cost, and without an appointment.

 

There are plenty of professional styling tools available including ceramic flat irons that can be purchased over the internet or at fine hair beauty supply shops. These are the same tools used by the professionals so that you have the exact same tools to get the job done just as they do.

The only other piece that a professional stylist has is experience and the only way to get this yourself is to just keep trying your hair iron on your hair and seeing what kind of looks you can get. One key thing to remember is that the stylist takes her time on each head of hair that she does and never rushes the job. Taking the time to glide the hair iron slowly and smoothly over each small section of hair is a large part of the success to getting great looking straight hair.

Keeping Your Hair From Looking Oily After Using A Flat Iron

November 5, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Many women complain that when they use a flat iron, even the more expensive professional models, their hair ends up looking oily and way too shiny. Many women tend to use too many hair styling products on their hair and this is usually the culprit behind the oily look to your hair. Others need to lower the temperature they have their ceramic flat irons set at as higher temps mean more moisture is being infused into their hair to straighten it. Using the proper temperature for your hair type is essential to getting healthy looking locks with your straightening iron.

Titanium For Quality Hair Tools

October 10, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Nothing is more stable at holding a temperature accurately and evenly than titanium and therefore you know when you get a hair styling tool made with this material you are getting some of the best available. Titanium plates on professional hair tools such as hair straighteners can take top of the line ceramic flat irons and make them even better with its perfectly controlled temperature settings and extremely smooth plates. This controlled temperature on your hair iron will make the iron more efficient at straightening your hair and will get better results in a much faster amount of time.

Bottom